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    a question to instructors

    As every jiujiteiro knows; being a good competitor doesnt means being a good teacher. How do you make unexperienced students apply techniques correctly? What are crucial things to be careful while teaching?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the Lich Samurai View Post
    As every jiujiteiro knows; being a good competitor doesnt means being a good teacher. How do you make unexperienced students apply techniques correctly? What are crucial things to be careful while teaching?
    Walk them thru each step and physically correct them
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    What Master Eddie said. Jiu Jitsu is about feel and they’ll never get it, in the beginning, by just hearing it. They’ll need that physical guidance and correction. I’d also add that you should pace them reasonably on how quickly to layer in new material. Repetition will be key but if you feed them too much it’ll get jumbled up ;-)
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